Tier’s electric hire scooters, which began their trials here in October 2020, are now a familiar sight in York. The trial is being extended to 2022, and you can now hire e-bikes too, at the same price as the scooters: £1 to hire, plus 15p a minute – £10 an hour, if you prefer. WhatContinue reading “Will it end in triumph – or in Tiers?”
The Sustainable Transport Manager Julian for City of York Council, Julian Ridge, has offered to provide the Campaign with regular updates of progress on schemes by the council across the city. Here is the first of those updates; As the weather warms up there has been a lot of cycling activity at CYC. We haveContinue reading “CoYC April 2021 Update”
Campaign member Jamie has been digging a little deeper about why things are the way they are in York recently, taking it upon himself to start a FOI Friday campaign of his own. In this guest blog he explains more.
Wheel Spiels is a regular feature in which we ask members and non-members alike to share their stories of cycling. In this time Jon Phillip shares his late summer getaway that took him across Scotland on his bike. I was really hoping to get away on a cycling trip this year but given the COVID-19Continue reading “Wheels Spiels: Wild-camping Cycling Get Away”
I am sure most of us will remember the image of the three year old boy, Alan Kurdi, lying dead on the beach in Italy in 2015. At the time I had two boys aged five and one, the latter of whom had me awake a lot of the night where I constantly tried toContinue reading “Bikes In Need”